The Center for
Messianic Learning 

Unapologetically Pro-Torah
Unashamedly Pro-Israel
Irrevocably Zionist
ב״ה
“… out of Tziyon will go forth Torah, the word of ADONAI from Yerushalayim.”
(Isaiah 2:3)
Jew and Gentile (Synagogue and Church), one in Messiah. (Ephesians 2:14)
“For He is our peace, Who made both one, and broke down the middle wall of partition, …”
 

It is what you actually believe that determines how you walk out your faith.
But avoid stupid controversies, genealogies, quarrels and fights about the Torah; because they are worthless and futile. (Titus 3:9)

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Please Note: Nothing on this website should be taken as anti-Church. I am not anti-anything or anyone. I am only pro-Torah, pro-Truth, and pro-Grace. Sometimes the Truth upsets our long-held beliefs. Why isn’t my theology consistent throughout this website?

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Developing a
Systematic Messianic Theology

“The purpose of careful theological formulations is not to put barriers in the way of people who are seeking salvation, but to define clearly the truths upon which genuine [Biblical] faith rests, so that people will not be misled by false doctrines.”[GN]

[Explanations of rabbinic citations are HERE]


Antisemitism in the “New Testament”?

Those who claim that the so-called “New Testament” is antisemitic do so from a position of gross ignorance. The Ketuvei Schliachim (Writings of the Emissaries) is a collection of thoroughly Jewish documents written during the second half of the first century of the Common Era, and should be considered the fourth division of the Tahakh (Hebrew scriptures) alongside the Torah, Nevi'im, and Kituvim. With the exception of Dr. Lucas (Luke), who was probably not officially a rabbi, all of these documents were written in the Jewish language by Jewish rabbis living in a Jewish land among Jewish people, worshiping in the Jewish Temple and attending Jewish synagogue services every Shabbat, all living Torah-pursuant lifestyles, and directed to an audience who were all living a thoroughly Jewish lifestyle in a community whose standards of behavior were dictated by the teachings of Moshe (the Torah) and augmented by the teachings of the great Jewish Rabbi, Yeshua of Nazareth. These letters serve to instruct their recipients in the proper way to interpret and integrate Torah and the teachings of the Master into their lives.

This topic is discussed thoroughly in my Introductory Comments on the Writings of Yeshua’s Emissaries.

Originally posted on Wednesday, 08 December 2021

Page last updated on Tuesday, 22 March 2022 06:40 PM
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Anxiously awaiting Mashiach’s return
ANXIOUSLY WATCHING FOR MASHIACH’S RETURN,
SPEEDILY AND IN OUR DAY. MARANA, TA!

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